Hyperledger is an international project hosted by The Linux Foundation
With the help of Hyperledger, the open-type distributed ledger technology, we design blockchain based platforms, applications and solutions. Hyperledger is already joined by: IBM, Fujitsu, SAP, Huawei, Nokia, Intel, Samsung, Deutsche Börse, American Express, J.P. Morgan, BBVA, BNP Paribas and Well Fargo, Blockstream, Netki, Lykke, Factom.
International project HyperLedger is hosted by The Linux Foundation.
The advantages of Hyperledger technology
- Creating blockchain systems, services, platforms and applications for solving specific tasks
- Simplifying business processes and their logistics
- Maintaining confidentiality at all stages
- Supporting all-purpose ledgers
- Transparency and reliability of work for all participants
- Reduction of the value of business processes and services for clients
Hyperledger Fabric is an IBM blockchain framework hosted by The LinuxFoundation.
It is an expansible building-block system with an open source code for launching blockchain network. Over 400 platforms in various fields are using Fabric presently.
It is considered that there is no all-purpose technology for solving all types of tasks. Fabric is the first truly expansible system for launching distributed applications.
Fabric supports modular protocols and is the first system launching distributed applications written in general-purpose programming languages with no system dependence from its own cryptocurrency. This is in sharp contrast to the existing paid platforms for launching smart contracts. Fabric is also advocating a new approach to designing permitted blockchain sequence and presenting a new load-resistant lock mode.
Fabric ensures a scattered transport capacity of more than 3500 transactions in a second, and in some popular deployment configurations with sub-second delay.